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CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY MUSEUM
TERRITORY and MILITARY DEPARTMENT of UTAH
compiled in the BUREAU of TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEERS
of the War Department chiefly for Military purposes.
Under the Authority of HON. J.B. FLOYD, SEC. OF WAR. 1860
ATLAS TO ACCOMPANY THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF THE UNION AND CONFEDERATE
U.S. War Records Office, 1894
Lithographed by Julius Bien & Co., N.Y.
This 1894 map, originally compiled in 1860, shows military instillations
and routes in the West prior to and during the Civil War years. Shown here
is a portion of the map covering the area from San Francisco to Ogden over
which the CPRR was built from 1863 to 1869.
(BELOW) This detail of the above map shows the
area from Sacramento to the Truckee River at the end of the Civil War when
the tracks of CPRR were just entering the Sierra Nevadas.
Courtesy Bruce C. Cooper Collection.
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